E-Filer Registration Form

This form shall be used to register for an account on the Court's Case Management/Electronic Case Files (CM/ECF) system. A registered attorney or authorized pro se litigant will be permitted to electronically submit a document and to view and retrieve an electronic docket sheet and a document for a case.

* denotes a required field
** denotes a required field for attorneys

Personal Information

First Name: *
Middle Name:
Last Name: *
Bar Number: **
Bar State: **
Are you a pro hac vice attorney? No  Yes
Are you an MDL attorney?
No  Yes
Are you a pro se litigant with Court authorization to e-file? No  Yes
If you answered "Yes" to one of the three questions above, what is the case number you are appearing in? e.g. 8:05cv99999 
Primary Division:

Phone Number: nnn-nnn-nnnn *
Fax Number: nnn-nnn-nnnn 
Primary E-mail: *
Your login and password will be sent to the e-mail address entered above. You must enter a valid e-mail address in order to obtain an ECF login.
Additional E-mail:
If you would like a notice sent to another e-mail address, in addition to your primary e-mail address, please enter it in the field above.
E-mail Format:
HTML - Recommended for most email clients
Plain Text - Recommended for cc:Mail, Groupwise, and older email clients which can't process HTML email

Mailing Address

Firm Name: **
P.O. Box:
Street: *
Suite #
City: *
Mailing Address Zip + 4 *
Please enter the number that appears below:
Image Please click here for an audio version of the number. *

By submitting this registration form, the undersigned agrees to the following:

  1. Case Management/Electronic Case Filing [CM/ECF] is for electronic filing in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida.

  2. An E-filer will be assigned a login and password by the Clerk. Each E-filer desiring to file a pleading or other paper electronically must complete and sign an E-filer registration form. An E-filer must protect and secure the password issued by the Clerk. If there is any reason to suspect the password has been compromised in any way, it is the duty of the E-filer to immediately change the password.

  3. Pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 11, every pleading , motion and other paper shall be signed by at least one attorney of record, or, if the party is not represented by an attorney, all papers shall be signed by the party. The electronic filing of a petition, pleading, motion, or other paper by an E-filer who is a registered participant in the Electronic Filing System shall constitute the signature of that E-filer under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 11.

  4. By signing this registration form, the undersigned consents to receive notice electronically, and waives the right to receive notice by personal service or first class mail of any document filed electronically pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 5(b)(2)(D), except with regard to service of a complaint and summons. This registration form does not constitute consent to electronic service of a document that is not filed with the Court (such as a Rule 26 disclosure or a discovery request), but consent to electronic service of such paper may be given separately, in writing, in accordance with Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 5(b)(2)(D)

  5. A user accesses Court information via the Court's Internet site or through the Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) Service Center. Although the Court manages the procedures for electronic filing, all electronic public access to a case file occurs through PACER. A PACER login is required, in addition to the login and password issued by the Court for electronic filing. A person can register for PACER through the PACER website: http://pacer.psc.uscourts.gov.

  6. By this registration, the undersigned has read and agrees to abide by the Administrative Procedures for Electronic Filing in Civil and Criminal Cases, the Attorney User's Manual developed by the clerk's office, and any changes or additions that may be made thereto.

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E-filer Signature

Type your full name, prefixed with "s/", in the field above to acknowledge that you have read and understand the information in this document.